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  • OCZ EL DDR PC4000 Review

    Check out Hawk's review here

    Feel free to post any questions or comments in this thread...

  • #2
    Looks impressive...I was glad to see he could run something better then the rated cas 3,4,4,8...

    I would still like to see someting outside of the synthetic only...I can tweak my memory as well and jack speed way up, drop cas timings and get snadra scores 25-30% better but not get any more then 2-5% in performance gains....I would like to see real world....

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    • #3
      ahhh the sticky hid this thread from me LOL

      geez that was a quick review Hawk, you only just got the memory

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      • #4
        Looks good Hawk , sweet memory.

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        • #5
          I stayed up the whole night working with it. . . . . . I pretty much knew all the settings to play with thanks to Ryan. . . .









          Originally posted by eva2000
          ahhh the sticky hid this thread from me LOL

          geez that was a quick review Hawk, you only just got the memory

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          • #6
            Let me know what apps you would like to see benched. We can keep it going in this thread. Also, I'm trying to get the Vapochill working so I can test these on the 3.2C hopefully at 250-270FSB. . . I stayed away from 3Dmark, but I did do ADIA32 & Memtest86 results. I'll post em' soon.







            Originally posted by Duvie
            Looks impressive...I was glad to see he could run something better then the rated cas 3,4,4,8...

            I would still like to see someting outside of the synthetic only...I can tweak my memory as well and jack speed way up, drop cas timings and get snadra scores 25-30% better but not get any more then 2-5% in performance gains....I would like to see real world....

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Hawk
              I stayed up the whole night working with it. . . . . . I pretty much knew all the settings to play with thanks to Ryan. . . .
              ah no wonder.. takes the fun out of finding out for yourself though hehe

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Hawk
                Let me know what apps you would like to see benched. We can keep it going in this thread. Also, I'm trying to get the Vapochill working so I can test these on the 3.2C hopefully at 250-270FSB. . . I stayed away from 3Dmark, but I did do ADIA32 & Memtest86 results. I'll post em' soon.
                sciencemark 2.0 hmmm what else is worth testing hmmm

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                • #9
                  Test System

                  Intel 2.4C - SL6WF w/ stock heatsink
                  ASUS P4C800 Deluxe - BIOS 1010
                  OCZ 4000 1GB Pair (2 * 512MB chips)
                  ChainTech TI4800




                  Benchmarks


                  Aida32
                  v3.70 Read / Write

                  200FSB : DDR400 (3-4-4-8-8) = 4880 MB/s / 1750 MB/s
                  250FSB : DDR500 (2.5-3-4-5-8) = 5277 MB/s / 1808 MB/s
                  260FSB : DDR520 (2.5-3-4-5-8) = 5508 MB/s / 1917 MB/s
                  270FSB : DDR540 (3-4-4-7-8) = 5613 MB/s / 2085 MB/s
                  275FSB : DDR550 (3-4-4-8-8) = 5752 MB/s / 2152 MB/s


                  Memtest86
                  v3.0

                  200FSB : DDR400 (3-4-4-8-8) = 2474 MB/s
                  250FSB : DDR500 (2.5-3-4-5-8) = 2929 MB/s
                  260FSB : DDR520 (2.5-3-4-5-8) = 3050 MB/s
                  270FSB : DDR540 (3-4-4-7-8) = 3092 MB/s
                  275FSB : DDR550 (3-4-4-8-8) = 3149 MB/s




                  -Hawk

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                  • #10
                    nice.. seems to be close to the same results for 4x 256MB ADATA PC4000 so 4 SS or 2 DS sticks really does make a difference

                    curious what about @233mhz and what aggressive timings can you do and also at 3-4-4-8 ?

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                    • #11
                      EVA2000, you want 233FSB 1:1 w/ aggressive and non aggressive timings bench's?







                      Originally posted by eva2000
                      nice.. seems to be close to the same results for 4x 256MB ADATA PC4000 so 4 SS or 2 DS sticks really does make a difference

                      curious what about @233mhz and what aggressive timings can you do and also at 3-4-4-8 ?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Hawk
                        EVA2000, you want 233FSB 1:1 w/ aggressive and non aggressive timings bench's?
                        yup.. yup to compare against ADATA PC4000 @233mhz 2.5-4-3-7 which it can do

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by eva2000
                          yup.. yup to compare against ADATA PC4000 @233mhz 2.5-4-3-7 which it can do



                          Not a problem. What benchs do you want other then then std. . ?

                          Also, if you want to chat faster, drop me a PM w/ a Yahoo or MSN messenger ID I can contact you. I cannot use ICQ at work.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Hawk
                            Not a problem. What benchs do you want other then then std. . ?

                            Also, if you want to chat faster, drop me a PM w/ a Yahoo or MSN messenger ID I can contact you. I cannot use ICQ at work.
                            sandra, aida, pcmark2002, sciencemark

                            i'll pm ya

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                            • #15
                              Hawk,

                              Very nice review, do you have any idea when these sticks will be in the stores.

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